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Regional GIS Users Group Meeting. Wednesday, March 5 th 2008 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM Amphitheater, C - Level. www.atlantaregional.com/rgug. Cooperative Purchase Agreement. Based upon county standards Highest 1” = 100’ 2 foot contours Only for the Imagery.

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regional gis users group meeting

Regional GIS Users Group Meeting

Wednesday, March 5th 2008

10:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Amphitheater, C - Level

www.atlantaregional.com/rgug

cooperative purchase agreement
Cooperative Purchase Agreement

Based upon county standards

Highest

1” = 100’

2 foot contours

Only for the Imagery

  • Individual needs will be handled in separate contracts
what s next
What’s Next

Reviewed example agreement with Sanborn and Earth Data

“Tentatively” agreed to the general terms- will need to formalize the agreement

Initial RFP prepared and sent for review (Hall and Henry County)

Distribute to Counties for verification

Present to ARC Board as a programmatic element for Calendar year 2009

cooperative imagery assessment results
Cooperative Imagery Assessment Results
  • In early February, 2008, the Atlanta Regional Commission sent a survey to the Regional GIS Users Group list.
    • …ARC requests that you complete the following survey about specific data products related to a cooperative imagery purchase agreement...
    • The products listed in the survey are based on 6" imagery at 1" to 100' scale. Please list any additional data items you are interested in on the general comments page…
  • We received 23 responses
  • Main question asked: In addition to the imagery, which of the following datasets are you interested in purchasing?
aerials express product description
Aerials ExpressProduct Description

1.5-foot pixel, color, ortho-rectified

Flown in the 1st quarter of 2008.

Cover approximately 14,000 sq. miles.

Receive one set of the imagery in ECW and TIFF/TFW format, projected into State Plane NAD83 Georgia West Feet

aerials express pricing
Aerials ExpressPricing

Can still be added if desired

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Regional Streets Data Subcommittee

  • Held 6 meetings since last RGUG, next meeting today
  • Rockdale, Smyrna, ITOS, ARC, Fulton County, COA
  • GDOT/Local requirements
  • Regional Street Data Model
  • ArcMap tool to facilitate street data generation
regional streets data model data items
Regional Streets Data Model Data Items

Regional Streets Data Subcommittee

  • Address
  • Facility Operation
  • Length
  • Road names
  • Route Number
  • Route Type/Jurisdiction
  • Shoulder Width/ Type
  • Speed Limit
  • Surface Width/ Type
  • Travel Lanes
  • Sidewalks
landuse modeling program
Landuse Modeling Program
  • PECAS
    • Production Exchange Consumption Allocation System
    • Developed by Drs Doug Hunt and John Abraham of University of Calgary
    • I-O economic model approach
    • Two Modules, run Sequentially and Annually
      • Activity Allocation (HH and Jobs) Module
      • Space Development Module
    • 78 LUZ zones for 20-County model
    • Landuse forecast
    • Small area population and employment forecast
    • Generate input for Travel Demand Model
landuse modeling program1
Landuse Modeling Program

Progress to date

REMI being Purchased

IMPLAN model installed and calibrated

PECAS: Explored Montgomery implementation first-hand (August) and have a running Montgomery model (uncalibrated)

Attended three-day PECAS workshop in Montgomery (November)

Preliminary Model Design is complete

Holding regular online meetings with Hunt and Abraham (HBA Specto, Inc.) with focus on:

Data Review and Advice: Sources and Collection

Preliminary Model Design Diagram: Setup and Future Phases

Ongoing Data Collection

Parcels

Assessors Files

Base CoStar Data (point file)

Base Population and Employment Data

PUMS DATA

Freight Data

landuse modeling program2
Landuse Modeling Program
  • ARC PECAS Design Diagram
landuse modeling program3
Landuse Modeling Program

Required attributes for parcels

Location

Parcel ID

Land area

Sqft of the buildings

Year built

Values (Prices/ Rents)

Zoning categories

Development type

landuse modeling program4
Landuse Modeling Program
  • Development (space) types
    • Agricultural and mining
    • Industrial
    • Retail
    • Office
    • Institutional
    • Military
    • Detached residential
    • Higher density residential
  • Zoning
    • Allowable development types
    • Max & Min development intensity (FAR)
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Landuse Modeling Program

Next steps

Establishing Technical Advisory Committee to meet quarterly

Contract through July being finalized, to include

Workshops for AA and SD Modules

Data Development Consult

Model Development Consult and Setup Implementation

Continued Data Development

Integration of parcel and assessor databases

Develop economic coefficients via IMPLAN

Derive needed Census data from PUMS

Calibration work beginning after July

Will actually work on fitting data to the model

In the next month, online “Forecasting” page integrating the above and other resources

gis training arcgis server and pictometry
GIS Training, ArcGIS Server and Pictometry

GIS Training at ARC

Migrating from ArcIMS 9.2 to ArcGIS Server platform

Implement Latitude Geographics Geocortex Essentials for ArcGIS Server

Internal Testing of GE application

2007 Regionwide Pictometry Oblique and Ortho imagery and Electronic Field Study software available (6/18 counties received imagery)

esri enterprise license agreement
ESRI Enterprise License Agreement

Enterprise License Agreement for Small Municipal and County Governments 

Three tiers for populations of 100k or less (Some flexibility if close to cutoff)

Less than 25k $25,000

25k to 50k $35,000

50k+ to 100k $50,000

100k+ Tier a possibility

Do not need to be an existing ESRI Customer

Available starting January 1, 2008

All core products in ArcGIS Desktop (ArcView, Editor, Info) and extensions (Spatial Analyst, ArcPress, Network Analyst, 3D Analyst, etc.), ArcGIS Server (Standard and Enterprise and extensions), ArcIMS and ArcGIS engine. Does not include royalty-based products such as ArcPad.

3 year commitment includes all updates, maintenance and support

ELA may be extended after 3 years, in 3 year increments. Population only reviewed at extension.

Credits toward online Virtual Campus

Unlimited ESRI software/site license for any number of seats or machines for fixed annual fee

Contact Natalie Culpepper @ ESRI Atlanta

678.417.1883 x12 nculpepper@esri.com